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Bleeding / Swollen Gums

Vitamin C Deficiency: Clean Teeth with Swollen Gums.

Vitamin C Deficiency: Swollen Gums.

What Are Bleeding / Swollen Gums?

Bleeding and/or swollen gums is  an inflammatory disorder characterized by changes in gum integrity that may result in tooth loss.

Sponginess of the gum (swelling) indicates inflammation, called gingivitis. 

Q: What causes gingivitis?

A: Gingivitis that is caused by inadequate dental hygiene shows as pockets of swollen gum between or along the base of teeth where sticky plaque was allowed to build up. Plaque holds bacteria that inflames the gums where it occurs.

Gingivitis that is caused by vitamin C deficiency, pregnancy, certain drugs such as the anti-epileptic drug phenytoin, and leukemia affects the whole gum irrespective of mouth care.

What Are Bleeding / Swollen Gums In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?


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